This robot cafÃ© could offer a creative new avenue of income and social interaction to disabled people who can no longer work in a restaurant setting.
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Two Fossils Awards: Developed Countries for lack of Loss and Damage climate finance, and Austria for facilitating coal subsidies
Some unusual suspects today. While everyone was looking at SBSTA discussion on to ‘note’ or ‘welcome’ the IPCC special report on 1.5C, these bad boys snuck in and whisked away the Fossil of the Day awards. The first Award went…
Coal mine farming is becoming a groundbreaking new way of simultaneously fighting unemployment, hunger, climate change, and deforestation.
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The Australian Ambassador for the Environment, Patrick Suckling, appeared on a panel for a US government side-event pushing clean coal technologies as climate solutions. The session on Monday 10 December was called: “U.S. Innovative Technologies Spur Economic Dynamism – Promoting…
Less than 4 per cent of the global climate adaptation funding is to deal with health impacts
MIT researchers have filed for patents on their inexpensive little refrigerators that require no power. The passive system, which is primarily being hailed as a way to preserve food and medications in hot off-grid locations, is essentially a high-tech version of a parasol.
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When ‘Homeless‘ Man Insists On Paying for Fancy Meal With His Hard-Earned Money, Restaurant Makes Special Offer
In Brazil, it is very common for slum residents or homeless people to collect recyclables on the streets to sell and make a living—but it’s not so common to see them sit down in a restaurant where the average meal costs $100. But that’s exactly what happened when a man walked into Benvindo, a high-end […]
Country With Notorious Traffic Congestion Becomes First in the World to Offer Free Public Transportation for All
Luxembourg will soon become the first country in the world to offer free public transportation to everyone. The European nation suffers from some of the worst traffic congestion in the world—and scores the highest cars-per-capita rate in the European Union. Though its population is small, some 560,000 residents, the number of international commuters from France […]
CO₂ emissions are rising In models used by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), carbon dioxide (CO₂) emissions were expected to come down in line with pledges made at the Paris Agreement. Yet, the Global Carbon Project projects growth…